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Groovy-Eclipse is the set of Eclipse plugins that provid= e Eclipse support for Groovy projects.
The latest Groovy-Eclipse release is available from the following Eclips= e update sites. To install, point your Eclipse update manager to the update= site appropriate for your Eclipse version or drag and drop the marketplace= icon into your Eclipse installation.
|Eclipse level||Release update site|
|4.2 and 3.8 (Juno)||
Or, you can choose to install a development build, see below for more up= date sites. In general, our development builds are quite stable.= =20 =20 =20
Groovy-Eclipse allows you to edit, compile, run, and debug Groovy script= s and classes from the Eclipse SDK.
Read about the goals, approach, and implementation of Groovy-Eclipse&nbs= p;here.
For information about prior releases, see here:
Groovy-Eclipse Plugin supports Eclipse versions 4.4.x, 4.3.x, 4.2.x and = 3.7.x. Groovy-Eclipse for Eclipse 3.6 and earlier are no longer supported, = but the builds are still available.
By default, Groovy-Eclipse comes with a 2.3 and 2.1 Groovy compiler. Oth= er groovy compilers can optionally be installed from the Groovy update site= . See = Compiler Switching within Groovy-Eclipse for more information.
Milestone and development builds are also available. A milestone build i= s a relatively stable build, released at the completion of a project milest= one. Development builds are are published more frequently, and contain more= new features and fixes. Published development build have passed unit tests= , but may be less stable than milestone builds.
We occasionally release milestone builds of upcoming releases.
|Eclipse level||Milestone update site|
|4.2 / 3.8 (Juno)||
Please note that these builds are temporary and are typically removed af= ter the final release has been made public.
Use one of these update sites to install the latest and greatest Groovy-= Eclipse. Development builds tend to be quite stable (they are not rel= eased unless all tests pass). To install, paste the appropriate update site= below into your Eclipse update manager, select the artifacts to install an= d follow the instructions.
|Eclipse level||Development update site|
|4.2 / 3.8 (Juno)||
If you want to use a local update site instead or you cannot access the = update site because of a firewall then you can download an archive of the u= pdate site:
|Eclipse level||Development update site zip|
|4.2 / 3.8 (Juno)|
There is also an ancient zip of Groovy-Eclipse V2.0.0 for Eclipse 3.5 av= ailable to download.
These zip files are the compressed version of the update site. They are = not plugins that you can just drop into your eclipse installation. Here's h= ow to install an archive:
Start with a compatible version of Eclipse (available from http:/= /eclipse.org/downloads. Since Groovy-Eclipse relies on Eclipse's Java t= ooling (the JDT), almost any flavor of Eclipse that includes the JDT will b= e compatible. This includes the Java IDE, Classic, RCP, JavaEE, etc. Flavor= s such as Eclipse for PHP developers are not compatible because it does not= include the JDT> If you are interested in Grails tooling, then you must= install the SpringSource Tool Suite.
Once you have a compatible Eclipse installed, then follow these directio= ns to install Groovy-Eclipse:
For step-by-step installation instructions, see the Install Groovy-Eclipse Plugin tutorial.
To create a basic Groovy project in Eclipse perform the following steps:=
You should have a src folder and several libraries. A <= strong>bin folder is also created, but is hidden.
You can create a Groovy classes or test cases using wizards similar to t= he Eclipse's Java class and JUnit test case wizards. Use the options on the= File > New menu or press CTRL-N.
For step-by-step instructions, see the Create= Your First Groovy Project tutorial.
Use the resources listed below to learn about Groovy-Eclipse Plugin and = keep track of project status and milestones.
See the Eclipse Plugin FA= Q.
The first two of a series of tutorials on using Groovy-Eclipse Plugins v= 2 are available.
Join Groovy-Eclipse mailing lists to find answers, ask questions, and co= ntribute to discussions about v2 of the plugin.
For a detailed and reasonably up to date information on how to check out= Groovy-Eclipse from Subversion, see Getting Started With Groovy-Eclipse S= ource Code.
You can browse or enter new issues on the GRECLIPSE<= /a> project on the jira server.